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cable satellite corp. 2012] >> mary bono mack. >> we use 25% of the world's oil. what that means is we cannot simply drill our way out of the problem. and we are not going to be able to deal with the climate crisis if our only solution is to use more fossil fuels the create global warming. we are going to have to, with alternatives and that means the united states government is working with the private sector to fund the kind of innovation we can then export to countries like china that also need energy and are setting up 1 coal power plant a week. we need to help them create and indeed in need. >> he may not have noticed but we have lights around here. >> i have to try to keep up with john. >> here is a follow-up to that. should we fund a manhattan-like product to develop a nuclear bomb to deal with global energy and alternative energy source of the fund 100,000 rogers across america, the kind of industry that developed silicon valley? >> research and development investment on the part of that you did use a on the part -- on the part of the us government is productive. >> before presi
these seats? >> well you know, we have got districts then in florida. raul against mary bono mack is now in play. we are doing very well. jose hernandez against jeff denim in play. we're doing well. you know? just those two, in plo dar, demings against webster. we are doing very well. those were three race that's the pundits didn't think we had a chance in. now they are saying they are in play. why are they they in flay this goes to recruiting range dy. we made decision early on that the american people have unquenchable thirst for are problem-solving, not for blame, but solutions. take a look at the races now unplay in florida. orlando's first african-american woman police chief who brought crime down 40% take a look at the race against jeff denim in california, jose hernandez, nasa astronaut, or the race against mary bono mack in palm springs. dr. raul lou wes, an emergency room physician against mary be know mack. a physician, astronaut, a police chief, they are not about left or right, they are not about blame, they are about solutions. they are solutionsists. not democrats or republ
districts are incumbent republican mary bono mack. she is serving her eighth term in the u.s. house of representatives. the congressman is the chair of the subcommittee on commerce, manufacturing and trade, as well as a member of the energy and commerce committee. her democratic challenger is dr. raul ruiz. this is his first campaign for public office. he grew up in the co-chair of valley, -- coachella valley. welcome to both of you. earlier, we have a coin toss to determine who we would hear from first. you have three minutes. >> thank you so much. thank you to all the voters. i grew up right here in the desert. the son of farmworkers. my first home was a trailer. my parents cannot afford to send me to college, so i put on my only suits. the one i were to church, it was itchy and two sizes too big. i went from business to business handing the store owners a contract and asking them to invest in their community by investing in my education. i promise to come back as a doctor. with their help, i went to ucla and then to harvard medical school, where i became the first latino to recei
and the entire team, thanks for joining us. republican congresswoman mary bono mack and her democratic challenger rove released a stuff in their televised debate on friday. they are running california's 36th congressional district. this debate comes from the newspaper at km art itv in palm springs california. >> i am gene and welcome to the special decision 2012 right-wing blue coverage of the 36th congressional district debate between congresswoman mary bono mack and dr. leaves. in just a few moments ago our candidates arrived in the studio and there was a brief greeting onstage. there was a shaking of the hansen a quick hello. all before getting down to business over the next hour. keep in mind this is the first and only televised debate between the two candidates during this election. i will be acting as your moderator tonight. on the panel are erica, political form from desert sun. she has been covering politics for nearly a decade and my coanchor has been reporting in the coachella valley for eight years now. they will be asking some questions will i try to keep the candidates under control
conchwoman mary bone no mack and dr. ruiz for -- bono mack and dr. ruiz for joining us tonight. we thank you for your time in this very important debate in this very important upcoming election. again, it doesn't matter who you vote for, but vote for sure on november 6, cast that ballot. >> we'd also like feedback on our facebook pages. i want to thank my fellow panelists as well for joining us tonight and helping us prepare the questions and, of course, my co-anchor, liz belt, for getting in there and putting this all together. i want to thank everybody here at krmi 6 and thank the both of you for coming don't. we really do appreciate it. we wants that thank you for watching. more debate later tonight on our stations. on krmi 6.com. thank you so much for watching and we'll see you back here tonight at 11:00. >> good night. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] >> you can watch this debate for california's 36 congressional districts here again tonight at 2:00 a.m
. davis is such a familiar face in the halls of the capitol, republican congresswoman mary bono mack greets him with a kiss. >> lobbyists trade on -- if you want to use the bad word -- trade on friendships. >> excuse me. this is a won woman. >> do i ever ask a friend to do something contrary to their values and judgment on the facts? never. >> you know i've been a friend of the congressman for many years. >> i do. reporter: today they're paying a call on pennsylvania democratic congresswoman. >> that's why i try to make sure my door is open to everyone. and that we get the right information so we can make the best decisions. >> reporter: there are two components to successful lobbying. access and money. donations from lobbyists and their clients to members of congress. while it's illegal for members of congress to cast votes in exchange for campaign contributions, that would be bribery, there's plenty of walking right up to the line. >> i think that when people give campaign contributions, they are not there simply to improve the workings of democracy. they're there to buy access. >>
that includes riverside county, currently held by mary bono mack, dr. raul ruiz who's an emergency room physician is challenging her in a district, again, that was redrawn, becoming less republican, more competitive. in nevada the speaker of the assembly is also running in a competitive race against an incumbent in the new non-latino majority district 3. today we also are releasing a new report about opportunities for latinos in state legislatures. let's remember this is not just a federal election. it's not just an election about the presidency or the congress and the senate, it's also about elections in state legislatures across the country. today there are latinos and latinos running in 39 of the 50 states, running for senate seats and house seats. there are at least nine states where latinos are running for state senate seats. currently, there are 67 latinos who serve in the upper houses of the state legislatures. our projections are that we will gain at least ten new state senators after these elections leading to a net gain of ten for a new total of 77 latino state senators in nin
by mary bono mack, doctor ruiz, who is in an emergency room physician, he is challenging her. in nevada, the speaker of the assembly is also in a competitive race against an incumbent in the non-latino majority district. today, we also issued a new report for opportunities for latinos in the state legislature. it is not just an election about the presidency or the congress and the senate. it is also about elections and legislatures around the country. today, there are latinos running in 39 of the 50 states. running for senate seats and how seats. there are at least nine states where latinos are running for state seats. currently, there are 69 latinos would serve in the legislatures. our projections are that we will gain at least 10 new state senators after these elections, leading to a net gain of 10 -- for a new total of 77 latinos state senators in nine different states. in the lower houses, there are latinos running in 21 states where there will be a change in the number of hispanics serving in the state houses. ranging from arkansas to maine and to florida and virtually throughout t
that includes riverside county currently held by mary bono mack, dr. ruiz was in an emergency room is challenging aaron at district is reach on becoming less republican, more competitive. in nevada, the speaker to the assembly is also running in a competitive race against an incumbent in the newfound latino majority district three. today we also are releasing a new report opportunities for latino legislatures. remember this is not just a federal election. it's not just about the president hear the congress and the senate. it's also about election as state legislators across the country. today there's latinos running 1039 and senate seats analyses. there are at least nine states were latinas are running for state senate seats. currently there are 67 latinas who serve in the upper houses of the state legislatures. our projections are that we will gain at least 10 new state senators after these elections, leading to a net gain of 10 for a new total of 77 latinas state senators and nine states. in the lower house days, there were latinas running in 21 states where there is a net change
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